In the first two semesters students learn the fundamentals and principles in disciplines relevant to business administration.
Semesters 3 and 4 are taught in English. The courses in semester 4 are dedicated to international subjects and therefore are designed for the international programme exclusively.
The internship is scheduled for semester 5. Students are encouraged but not obliged to seek a placement outside their home country.
In subsequent semesters, students select two specialisations. Areas of specialisation include:
· Human Resources Management
· Production and Logistics Management
Required electives may be selected from the following:
· International Management
· Business Law
· Business Organisation
· Business Language
· Business information systems: ERP and Business Process Management
· Business information systems: Internet and Multimedia
· Business information systems: Systems Analysis
Students conclude their studies with a bachelor thesis and an oral examination. In the oral examination, students must demonstrate that they can explain and defend the findings of their Bachelor thesis.
The degree of International Bachelor in Business Administration from FHFFM is meant to signify that just as with our well-reputed domestic programme the bearer has received a broad and in-depth business education.
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